MNNIT to oversee power sub-stations construction

The Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT) has been entrusted the job to check quality of work in the construction of five power sub-stations to be set up on and around the Sangam campus. Five 33\11 KV power sub-stations would be set up at sangam for uninterrupted power supply during Mahakumbh.
District Magistrate Rajshekhar inspected on Friday construction of the four 33\11 KV power sub-stations at sangam and other areas and directed that the quality of the work be checked by the MNNIT. The DM first checked the Bakshi Bandh 33\11 KV sub station being constructed at a cost of Rs 5 crore and expected to be complete by October 31.
Once it is ready, transformers would be set up. With the installation of transformer/power sub-station, uninterrupted power supply would be supplied to Daraganj, Allahapur and two STPs ( Sewage Treatment Plants).
Two independent feeders would be supplying power to the mela campus and a 3-km electricity line will connect the sub-station with Teliyarganj.
The DM instructed checking of civil and electrical work before September 20.
He also inspected the under-construction power sub-station at Ustapur (Jhunsi) and asked executive engineer of the Public Works Department to construct a 400-meter road for the sub-station being built at a cost of around Rs 5.28 crore expected to be complete by November-end.
Work to lay underground cable is expected to be complete by October 15.
Another power sub-station is being constructed at Boat Club and this sub-station would supply electricity to Gaughat, Kumbh Mela, Kydganj, Baluaghat and adjoining areas.

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